Escape with your family into a tranquil and serene ambience which is the Japanese Village. Let the relaxing gurgling sounds of the waterfalls and brooks soothe you and melt away your troubles.
What to Expect?
Here, visitors can explore rock pools, koi ponds, flower gardens and a Japanese tea house, which conducts a traditional tea ceremony several times daily. Surrounded by lush rainforest, the village is also a popular spot for bird watching, with views of the valley from strategic points along the gravel trails.
Surrounded by verdant flora and fauna, the manicured and Zen-inspiring gardens which encircle the Japanese Tea House, Ume Tatami Suite and Tatami Spa is the perfect antidote for the weary soul. Pamper yourself and have a Kyukyoku outdoor massage in the Tatami Spa. Experience a traditional Japanese tea ceremony and don a kimono (from rental house) to complete your Far East experience!
Mutahir Mirin the last week
Japanese Park offers kimono rentals, and they take a single picture for you. You can purchase the photo for 30rm. It's a delightful experience in a compact space. To avoid crowds, visit in the morning. Overall, a great chance to embrace Japanese culture.
Jobayer Mahina week ago
Does not have much to do. But a okay place to roam around. Be advised you will have to walk a lot
David Pavlita2 months ago
Wonderful and secluded place, Wher you can admire flowers, intriguing Japanese garden and enjoy tasty meal with a view. All this in an breezy pleasantly cold (26 °C) environment. Truly a hidden gem.
bl tan2 months ago
The location was good, but you need to walk too far to the hill to see the japanese hill house is not very practical. Many old folks were unable to enjoy the moment.
The building and the landscape design are still well kept.
Beside that, the suite and spa was closed during visit, maybe because of pendemic. There was a japanese restaurant at the hill. If you reach before 5pm you can have tea and short rest there.
If there is a shuttle that can reach the hill it will add more points.
Khusairi Muslehin the last week
What you can do in Japanese Village?
1. Drink Japanese tea
2. Wear Kimono
3. Fish feeding
4. Explore botanic tree.
5. Find types of birds.
6. Eat solero ice-cream on top hill.
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